GAD celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and the world of airport privatisation and finance is very different now to 1993 when we first launched. 2018 is not only significant for GAD as we are running events in Denver, Singapore and Hamburg, but also for its community.


Amidst changing regulation, airline consolidation and growth outside Europe, investors are eyeing up opportunities whilst airports embrace new ownership and business models to maximise profitability. There is a strong sense of optimism about what the coming years will bring and excitement is building around the agenda for digital transformation.


In this e-Magazine, we have brought together long standing contributors to the GAD agenda to share their thoughts on the major trends impacting global businesses and airport development this year. 


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GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT

A collection of insights from aviation experts

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Fariba Alamdari, Vice President, Customer and Partner Development, LLOC, Boeing

Eric Fleurisson, Executive Director, Airport Development, at Bouygues Bâtiment International

Curtis Grad, President and CEO, Modalis Infrastructure Partners

James Halstead, Managing Partner, Aviation Strategy Ltd.

Warren Mundy, Chief Economist, Australian Airports Association

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GAD celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and the world of airport privatisation and finance is very different now to 1993 when we first launched.

In this e-Magazine, we have brought together long standing contributors to the GAD agenda to share their thoughts on the major trends impacting global businesses and airport development this year. 

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